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Bungie.net And Blizzard Accounts Can Now Be Linked Together

Tyler Lee July 13, 2017

When Destiny 2 was announced, one of the surprises was how the game was announced for the PC. This is because the first Destiny game was console-only, and many had assumed the same would happen with the sequel, but apparently not. For those who do plan on playing the game on the PC, here’s something you might want to do.

It seems that if you have a Blizzard or Bungie.net account, you will now be able to link them together. Basically this helps players keep track of their stats, such as hours played, and also manage their inventory. This also helps to consolidate things further if you’re the type that would rather not have multiple accounts.

It is an interesting move, especially when you consider the fact that Blizzard accounts are only for Blizzard games, although an exception has been made for Destiny 2. This shouldn’t be too surprising given that Activision is the publisher behind Destiny 2, and the Activision Blizzard company that’s behind Blizzard as well.

Destiny 2 for the PC is currently set for a release this coming October and its open beta is scheduled to take place in August. Gamers who might need help trying to link their accounts can head on over to Bungie’s website for the details.

Bungie.net And Blizzard Accounts Can Now Be Linked Together , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Destiny 2 Estimated To Ship 3 Million Units In The First 3 Months

Tyler Lee July 13, 2017

While the original Destiny game by Bungie wasn’t exactly a flop, it did feel like something was lacking and this is something that Bungie plans to address with Destiny 2, the sequel to the original. Will Bungie be successful in their endeavors? That remains to be seen, but analytics company SuperData Research has predicted that it will be a success.

According to the company (via VG247), they are predicting that Destiny 2 will be able to ship as many as 3 million units within the first 3 months of the game’s release alone. Note that this prediction is just for the PC only, where Destiny 2 will be the first title in the series to be made available on the PC.

In addition they are predicting that total digital sales will be between 4-5 million units. Given Bungie’s reputation, especially for the Halo series, many are expecting the Destiny franchise to be a huge one. The game is currently set for a release in September where it will be initially released on consoles first, and it is expected to be launched on the PC in October.

The open betas will be kicking off next week for console gamers. Those who pre-ordered the game will also be granted early access to the beta. The PC beta is currently scheduled for August, so PC gamers will have to wait a bit longer before they get their hand son it.

Destiny 2 Estimated To Ship 3 Million Units In The First 3 Months , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Bungie Hopes Gamers Will ‘Complain’ That Destiny 2 Has So Much Story Content

Tyler Lee July 12, 2017

Sometimes gaming reviews of certain games bring up a point about how a game might be fun to play, but it can sometimes feel a bit shallow in terms of the story. Apparently that is something that gamers will not have to worry about when it comes to Bungie’s upcoming Destiny 2 which is said to pack a ton of story content.

Speaking to IGN in the IGN First video above, the game’s senior narrative lead Jason Harris and cinematic lead Matthew Ward joked about how the game has so much story content where they’re hoping gamers will complain about it. According to Harris, “I think it’s important to really understand the studio spent a lot of time world building. I can’t emphasize enough that we are ready to tell stories in this world. Big, expansive, and cinematic stories.”

Ward adds, “We certainly learned a lot by listening to people, by playing it with other people, by exploring the world in a one to one manner with our audience. As we explored it, we found stories that we personally wanted to tell. We’re learning from all the feedback we got from Destiny 1, and applying it.”

“I hope people complain about how much story we have. That would be the reddit thread I’d like to read.” Destiny 2 is currently set for a release on consoles this coming September, while the PC version will be released in October.

Bungie Hopes Gamers Will ‘Complain’ That Destiny 2 Has So Much Story Content , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Sony Unveils Destiny 2 White PS4 Pro Bundle

Tyler Lee July 11, 2017

If you’re still on the fence regarding whether or not you should purchase the PS4 Pro, perhaps the latest bundle could change your mind. Sony has recently announced a new PS4 Pro bundle in white where it will come with the console (obviously) along with a copy of the upcoming Destiny 2 by Bungie.

According to Sony, “This bundle will be available alongside the game’s launch on September 6. It includes a Glacier White PS4 Pro with a 1TB HDD, matching DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, and of course, Destiny 2. You’ll also receive a voucher for the digital content pack which gives you access to the Expansion Pass and premium digital content.”

This should save gamers some money, especially with the Expansion Pass and DLC thrown in. It will be priced at $450 and will be available on the 6th of September. Speaking of Destiny 2, the open beta for the game will be kicking off on the 18th of July for PS4 gamers who pre-purchased the game, but for those who didn’t you can guys can still participate but a few days later.

Destiny 2 has also been set for a release on the PC, but the beta for the PC version of the game will only be arriving in August. The console is available for pre-order right now so you might want to check it out if it’s something you are interested in.

Sony Unveils Destiny 2 White PS4 Pro Bundle , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Destiny 2 Open Beta For Consoles Will Begin July 18

Tyler Lee July 6, 2017

If you’re looking to check out Bungie’s Destiny 2 before buying the game, you might be pleased to learn that Bungie has since announced the dates for the open beta, which will be kicking off on the 18th of July. However we should note that this date is for early access for those who pre-ordered the game.

It is also only for PS4 gamers where it will last from the 18th of July until the 20th of July. As for Xbox One gamers, early access for you guys will begin on the 19th of July and run until the 20th of July. For gamers who did not pre-order the game but want to enjoy the game anyway, open beta for all consoles will kick off on the 21st of July until the 23rd of July.

If you’re a PC gamer who is looking to get in on the open beta, Bungie has confirmed that beta access for PC gamers will only begin in August. No specific dates have been mentioned and we expect that will be revealed closer to the date. Destiny 2 is expected to be released in September for consoles, and it will be launched on the PC a little over a month later in October, which might explain why the PC’s open beta is set for a later date as well.

In the meantime if you have a minute or so to spare, then check out the Destiny 2 open beta launch trailer in the video above.

Destiny 2 Open Beta For Consoles Will Begin July 18 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Bungie Explains Why Destiny 2 For PC Is Released At A Later Date

Tyler Lee June 14, 2017

When the folks at Bungie first announced Destiny 2, it was revealed that the game would be arriving on console first before being released on the PC. It was unclear why that was the case, but during an interview with Polygon at E3, Bungie and Vicarious Visions revealed the reason why and that is because they wanted to get it right.

Destiny 2’s launch on the PC marks the first time in the Destiny franchise that the game will be arriving on the computer (although to be fair it is only the second title in the series). According to Vicarious Visions’ Thomas Gawrys, “The honest truth is we want it to land super solid. We want to meet the expectations of PC gamers — they have expectations for what they want and we want to make sure we hit as many of those as we can.”

Bungie’s David Shaw adds, “It really is as simple as ‘we want to get it right.’ That’s the reason there was no PC version of Destiny 1 is because we didn’t feel we could do it in a way that could honor the PC gamer [and] would really nail it. With Destiny 2, we had the team, we had the talent, we found great partners in [Vicarious Visions]. One more extension of being able to do it right is that we needed that extra bit of time.”

Destiny 2 is currently set for a release on the 6th of September for consoles, while the PC version is expected to launch on the 24th of October a month and a half later.

Bungie Explains Why Destiny 2 For PC Is Released At A Later Date , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Destiny 2 For The Xbox One X Will Run At 30fps

Tyler Lee June 14, 2017

One of the things that Microsoft is pretty proud about regarding the recently announced Xbox One X is its performance, where Microsoft boasted how the console would allow for “true” 4K gaming and where games could run in 4K resolution and at a buttery-smooth 60fps. However it seems that not everyone will necessarily take advantage of that.

One of those games is none other than Bungie’s Destiny 2 in which it was revealed that the game would be playable on the Xbox One X, but instead of hitting 60fps, it will run at 30fps instead. This is according to an interview during YouTube Live’s E3 2017 Show where Geoff Keighley spoke to the folks at Bungie about the game.

It is unclear as to why Destiny 2 won’t be running at 60fps on the Xbox One X, but some of the comments on the video have speculated that the reason is because of their partnership with Sony. Destiny 2 for the PS4 Pro will also run at 4K at 30fps, and some are saying that Destiny 2’s exclusive content deal with Sony could be the reason why, and that having it run at 60fps on the Xbox One X would make Sony look bad.

Of course this is just speculation, but either way it seems that’s the way it’s going to be. Then again 30fps is still pretty good and it should still look awesome at the end of the day. Destiny 2 is currently set for a release on the 6th of September, 2017 for console, while the PC version is set for the 24th of October, 2017 where there will not be any limitations on its performance.

Destiny 2 For The Xbox One X Will Run At 30fps , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Exclusive PS4 Content For Destiny 2 Will Remain Until 2018

Adnan Farooqui June 13, 2017


Bungie had announced Destiny 2 well before the E3 2017 gaming convention but several additional details about the title were confirmed during Sony’s press conference. Bungie confirmed that it was moving up the console release of Destiny 2 by two days. It also detailed the exclusive PS4 content for Destiny 2 and pointed out how long PS4 owners will be able to claim this content for themselves only.

Lake of Shadows is a strike which will be exclusive to PS4 owners. The City Apex ship, Weapon Borealis exotic weapon and PVP map Retribution will also be exclusive to Destiny 2 players on PlayStation 4.

While Bungie has offered exclusive content to PlayStation 4 owners in the past for the original title as well, they were timed releases, which meant that the content would arrive on the Xbox One after a month or so. That’s not going to be the case here.

Bungie has confirmed that all of the exclusive PS4 content for Destiny 2 that it has revealed at E3 2017 is going to be exclusive to Sony’s console at least until the fall next year.

So while it can’t be said right now precisely when this content is going to be released for the Xbox One, it can be said with absolute certainty that it won’t land on Microsoft’s console until 2018 at the very least.

Destiny 2 is due for release on September 6th, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Exclusive PS4 Content For Destiny 2 Will Remain Until 2018 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Bungie Moves Up ‘Destiny 2’ Release To September 6, 2017

Tyler Lee June 13, 2017

Back in March, the folks at Bungie and Activision officially took the wraps off the next installment in the Destiny franchise in the form of Destiny 2. The game was originally announced for the 8th of September, but the good news is that it has been announced on the Activision Blog that the release date has been moved up to the 6th of September instead.

This means that gamers will be able to expect the game a couple of days earlier than expected, which isn’t really much but is still pretty good news anyway. Now you might have also heard that Destiny 2 will be the first Destiny game in the franchise to be launched on the PC and whose date was set after the console’s release. Now according to Bungie, we have a specific date to look forward to and that is the 24th of October, 2017 where it will be playable via Battle.net.

In addition to the release dates, the beta dates have also been revealed. Gamers who pre-order the console version of the game can participate in the closed beta on the PS4 starting on the 18th of July at 10AM PDT, and Xbox One on the 19th of July also at 10AM PDT. Those who didn’t pre-order can participate in the beta on the 21st of July at 10AM PDT. All console betas will come to an end on the 23rd of July at 9AM PDT.

As for PC gamers, a beta has been planned for late August and that specific dates and details should be revealed soon enough.

Bungie Moves Up ‘Destiny 2’ Release To September 6, 2017 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Destiny 2 Beta Dates To Be Announced At E3 2017

Tyler Lee June 9, 2017

Back in March, the folks at Bungie confirmed that they were working on Destiny 2 and that the game will be released later this year. This means that if you were looking forward to trying out the game ahead of its release, it means participating in its beta whose dates we still don’t know yet, but that should be revealed next week.

Activision has confirmed in a press release that they will be sharing the dates for Destiny 2’s beta at E3 2017 which will be kicking off next week. Prior to this, Activision and Bungie did confirm that there would be a beta taking place, but a date was not mentioned and only a summer timeframe was announced, so we guess next week should provide additional specifics.

Take note that this will be the open beta for the game, meaning that anyone can participate even if you did not pre-order it. However for those who did pre-order the game, you will actually be able to gain early access to the beta ahead of everyone else, so we guess there will be a bit of an advantage.

Destiny 2 has been set for a release on the 8th of September later this year. It will also be the first title in the Destiny franchise to be released on the PC, although its PC release date is currently set for after the console launch.

Destiny 2 Beta Dates To Be Announced At E3 2017 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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